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Miguel Zamudio

September 20, 1982 - April 14, 2024
Holland, MI



Saturday, April 27, 2024
11:00 AM EDT
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church
171 W 13th Street
Holland, MI 49423


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Life Story / Obituary


Miguel Zamudio, age 41 of Holland, was tragically shot at his father’s house and passed away April 14, 2024 at Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Miguel attended Holland High School. He loved fishing and hunting with his friends and in-laws. He enjoyed bringing his mom back the fish he would catch so she could make soup or his wife a fish fry. He enjoyed gaming as well, watching the Chicago Bears win or lose. He also enjoyed growing his plants - those were his babies and he took so much time to learn the best way to grow them. Miguel loved his dog Ivy. They were soul companions and always right by each other. Miguel never took life too seriously. In fact he was known to make people laugh by doing silly things when life or situations were becoming too serious.

Miguel was preceded in death by his Mother, Denise Phillips; grandparents: Manuel Zamudio and Luz Molina-Zamudio; and a special Aunt, Nona Kirchner.

He is survived by his Wife, Katrina Zamudio; daughter, Alexys Zamudio; Son, Miguel Zamudio; Father, Ramiro Zamudio; Mother, Juanita Zamudio; Brothers: Ramiro (Melissa) Zamudio, Ramiro Samudio, Juan Zamudio; Sisters: Angela (Roberto) Zamudio-Ramos , Consuela Zamudio, Luz Zamudio; In-laws: Kate & Tom Brink, Jeff & Cathy Schabes; Brothers-in-law: Tommy (Ana) Brink Jr, Kyle Brink, Kris Hoover and Kevin Hoover; Sisters-in-Law: Teagan Brink and Karrie Hoover; and many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.

Funeral mass will be held at St. Frances de Sales in Holland MI on Saturday, April 27, 2024 at 11 AM.

Missed most will be his infectious laugh and great smile! Miguel wore his heart on his sleeve and was always helping others whenever they needed him. Miguels children will miss the little moments with him on the day to day basis and his wife will miss his hugs and constant texts while apart at work. Miguel's lasting legacy is that he gave life to at least 4 people in his untimely death. Miguel will be greatly missed by not only his family, but his friends and coworkers as well. Miguel would want everyone to never take a day for granted, live life to it's fullest and be happy!